Belenenses vs. Tondela (Sunday, 3.30pm)
The hosts, who have had a rough start to the season, will be keen to pick up their first league victory and ries from the bottom of the Primeira Liga standings.
We say: Belenenses 1-1 Tondela
With just two points and three places separating Belenenses and Tondela in the lower echelons of the table, this game has all the makings of an absorbing contest. Both sides will look to carry on the momentum from their respective comebacks last time out and we anticipate they will cancel each other's efforts and settle for a share of the spoils.
Benfica vs. Portimonense (Sunday, 6.00pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors played out an uneventful goalless draw against Vizela last time out and will be aiming to return to winning ways and move into the top six in the Primeira Liga table.
We say: Benfica 2-0 Portimonense
Despite their impressive league position, Portimonense have struggled to put together a fine run of form this season due to a lock of firepower in attack. They take on a free-scoring Benfica side, who head into the game in sky-high confidence following their victory over Barcelona. We are tipping Benfica to claim a comfortable win and continue their early charge for the title.
Estoril vs. Gil Vicente (Sunday, 6.00pm)
The hosts, who have settled in nicely in the big leagues, will be keen to immediately return to winning ways after dropping points in each of their most two recent outings.
We say: Estoril Praia 1-0 Gil Vicente
Estoril Praia have enjoyed a dream start to their top-flight campaign and currently find themselves in fourth place with four wins from their opening seven games. We predict the c will take the positives from their draw against Boavista and return to winning ways as they take on an out-of-sorts Gil Vicente side.
Braga vs. Boavista (Sunday, 8.30pm)
Braga will be looking to build on their impressive Europa League victory over Midtjylland when they welcome Boavista to the Estadio Municipal de Braga on Saturday.
The visitors, on the other hand, head into the game seeking to get one over their hosts having lost in both home and away fixtures last season.
We say: Braga 2-1 Boavista
Following their disappointing draw against Santa Clara, Braga picked up a morale booster last time out courtesy of their first Europa League victory. Boavista, who have enjoyed a decent campaign so far, will be seeking to end their dry spell, but we anticipate the hosts will build on their latest performance and come away with all three points in this one.